Neosho River


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Ne·o·sho River

 (nē-ō′shō, -shə)
A river rising in east-central Kansas and flowing about 740 km (460 mi) southeast and south to the Arkansas River in eastern Oklahoma.
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Noun1.Neosho River - a river that rises in eastern Kansas and flows eastward into Oklahoma to become a tributary of the Arkansas River
Kansas, KS, Sunflower State - a state in midwestern United States
OK, Oklahoma, Sooner State - a state in south central United States
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GRDA's partnership with Northeastern A&M College began in 2016 when the two entities came together to not only increase educational and research opportunities for students but also revitalize livestock grazing and pecan-producing on properties owned by GRDA along the Neosho River in Ottawa County.
EPA Region 6 and EPA Region 7 are working together to characterize sediment and surface water throughout the Spring and Neosho River basins.
Study Area--The upper Neosho River Basin includes four reservoirs infested with zebra mussels (Marion Reservoir, Council Grove City Lake, Council Grove Reservoir, and John Redmond Reservoir) and two infested rivers (the Cottonwood and Neosho) (Smith et al., 2015) (Fig.
The Quapaw Agency was established in 1871 for tribes in northeastern Oklahoma living on reserves east of the Neosho River. It contained 220,000 acres and was located in the northeastern corner of Oklahoma where the state adjoins Missouri and Kansas.